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Red Alert

Justify The Bomb

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Fresh Music

Catalog Number: FM 162099

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Jack Boulder Lead Vocals
Ron J Sutter Guitars, Backing Vocals
Max Miller Drums, Backing Vocals

Ex Cinnamon Members
1.  Red Alert  
2.  A Little Murder  
3.  One Way To Go  
4.  There's A Light  
5.  Stand Up  
6.  Twist In Your Mind  
7.  Don't Waste My Time  
8.  Night Of The Wolves  
9.  Kill For The Thrill  
10.  Ride On  

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From: M. Allen Date: January 1, 2005 at 23:26
Red-hot hair-metal that's better than 70% of the so-called "elite," acclaimed indies on the scene. Anyone who enjoys glam/hair/sleaze with loud guitars, sharp hooks, & thick backing vocals should pick this one up, even if it means stealing from the cookie jar and justifying it to the wife later. Believe the hype on this one. The blast you'll get from this melodic hard rock gem may not quite approach atomic levels, but it sure as hell ain't no dud either...

From: longhairjoe Date: March 13, 2005 at 9:48
i have this one and to say the least its averge with afew good songs,one thing ive learned from most of the rare stuff on heavyharmonies there is a reason why most of them didnt make it big,great example is the fool who paid 1000 bucks for the surrender album and believe me folks the cd sucked big time or the eps people pay hundreds for i have most and again a waste of money but thats only my thoughts

From: the game Date: May 23, 2005 at 17:14
The songs on this CD range from very average to awful ( ie. Kill For The Thrill, Ride On). None of the songs were very memorable and even the cover art work reflects the songs. The singer dosen't help either. The guitar playing is average.Don't spend big bucks for this one and avoid if possible. As mentioned above a lot of the indie cd's out there are 2nd rate and crap. Buyer beware!! I picked this up for $4.00 and now it's in the trash bin. Rated 4/10 for some of the guitar solos.

From: Delbert Date: January 1, 2010 at 20:09
This one includes former members of another great Swiss band, CINNAMON "Eat It". That would be Jack Boulder on Vocals and Ron Sutter on Guitar..........A mix of CHYLD and HIGH VOLTAGE with a bit of SKID ROW and CINDERELLA. It's loud with late 80s-style guitars and hard rockin' songs.

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